Marmot Limelight 4 Persons Tent, Green, One
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- Gear Loft and Footprint Included
- DAC Press-Fit Poles
- Full Coverage Fly
- Two Doors / Two Vestibules
- Window Weld™
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|Item Dimensions||50 x 81.89 x 92.91 inches|
|Item Display Weight||10.7 pounds|
|Maximum Height||50 inches|
Pack lightly—Sleep heavily. This is a fine example of the blend of art, science, and utility that we call “Architenture”. It allows up to four campers to enjoy easy entrances and exits, thanks to dual doors and vestibules, and the included gear loft provides ample storage space for everyone’s on-hand necessities. Set-up is intuitive and quick.
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Top Customer Reviews
This tent was amazing. It was there, with us through huge wind storms, rain storms, being pitched in what were basically mud pits, etc. A couple times, we woke up with a bit of a chill on our noses, and couldn’t unzip the tent until we chipped the ice off of the zipper. The tent was actually frozen solid and we couldn’t pack it up until it had thawed, in the afternoon. Yes, we know it is not meant for winter camping, but it did work!
We will always love this tent, since it’s been through so much with us, and still appears to be brand new. We were car camping, through 17 countries, so we didn’t have to carry it very far. That being said, it is extremely lightweight.
As far as room in concerned, we had a queen size air mattress in there, to sleep on (bad idea if you want to stay warm, by the way), and still had a ton of room on both sides.
Besides the car and a few friends’ houses, this WAS our home for 3 months. It’s an awesome little tent. I can’t fault it.
I still love this tent, and will keep using it for any camping we might do. I think that it has been such a huge part of our lives that when it finally dies, we will keep a piece of it for the memories.
the footprint that came with this tent needs to be fixed to the ground separately, or if you hold it with the tent poles, it will be kinda loose. The holes on the straps of the footprint are further out than holes on tent straps. Secondly, it would be better if the door was not vertical, but also angled. It is much easier to get in and out and put your shoe on while the other foot is still in the tent if the door is at angle.